Growth prompts LJJ to open new office

LJJ, contractor

M&E specialist LJJ has opened a third regional office as part of a national expansion plan prompted by a £10 million growth in turnover to £40 million during the last financial year. The 200 m2 Midlands office on Birmingham Business Park is close to the NEC . The other offices are at Stockton-on-Tees and High Wycombe.

Director of operations John Daly will head up the office, while retaining a high-level responsibility for southern-region activities.

LJJ reports £39 million in secured contracts for 2015.

John Daly comments, ‘That positive growth means that the time is right to capitalise on the market’s continuing recovery and put in place the regional infrastructure we need to expand further. Birmingham and the Midlands provide the ideal location from which to spearhead that continued growth, enabling our clients in the region to benefit from our national capabilities with local service.’

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